Here in the Bryan College Station area, October is a month that’s jam-packed with Halloween-themed events! Whether you’re looking for something for the kids or something a little more adult-oriented, there’s plenty of fun stuff going on. Here’s a sample of Halloween events happening around BCS.
Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley: Night at the Boo-seum (Oct. 24)
This event may be held at the Children’s Museum, but it’s actually an adult-only night of fun! This fundraising event will raise money for the programs put on by the museum. Come play some games, eat some treats, and show off your best Halloween costume from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Purchase of a ticket includes snacks and drinks (yes, the adult kind), but if you get a little peckish, there will be food trucks on site, though not included as part of the ticket price: $25 prior to Oct 24, $30 on Oct 24.
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Lincoln Center Monster Bash & Haunted House (Oct. 24)
All ages are welcome at the Lincoln Center Monster Bash & Haunted House! This free evening event runs from 5:30-8 p.m. and will feature a haunted house, dance contest, lots of games, and, of course, Halloween candy for the kids. Be sure to wear your best costume and come ready to have a great time!
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Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek (Oct. 25)
This family friendly event has it all. Candy? Check. Pumpkin patch? Check. Carnival games, a petting zoo and a hay maze? Check, check and check! This trick or treating event is free, but there is a fee for pumpkins should you wish to take one home. Pumpkin patch proceeds will support the BCS Habitat for Humanity. Outside food and beverages are allowed, but coolers must be less than 48 quarts and no alcohol or glass containers are permitted. Don your best costumes and come trick or treat at Wolf Pen Creek from 5-9 p.m. on Oct. 25!
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Bush Library “Night at the Museum” Halloween Celebration (Oct. 27)
The George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is hosting a family friendly Halloween celebration featuring games, costume contests, trick-or-treating, and so much more! There will be refreshments and photo ops, and the winners of the various categories of costume contests will receive prizes. This party runs through the afternoon from 3-6 p.m. and is free to the public.
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